Come say hello, talk about NVRLND and get stuff signed by writers Stephanie Salyers and Dylan Mulick. August 10th at 7pm, Meltdown Comics.
NVRLND is a dark and magical re-imagining of PETER PAN set in the present-day landscape of Hollywood. Wallflower turned wild-child Wendy Darling befriends the fiery Tiger Lily and falls into the music rave scene of the underground club NVRLND. Intoxicated by the music Wendy falls for the enigmatic Peter, lead singer of the band The Lost Boys. Peter is everything a girl could desire: Handsome, daring and reckless. Wendy discovers that Peter is mixed up with the mysterious tattoo artist James Hook, who preys upon the young who flock to Peter, “hooking” them on the new designer drug, Pixie Dust. You think you may know the truth about NVRLND but the truth is you know nothing. NVRLND is a story for anyone who never wants to grow up…but may not live long enough to have a choice.
Dylan Mulick and Stephanie Salyers are writers and producers living in Los Feliz. Dylan came from the world of music videos before sinking his teeth into television. He went on to work with Nickelodeon and HBO where he assisted and developed for Entourage and Ballers writer/EP, Rob Weiss. It was through Rob that Dylan met Stephanie Salyers when she came on board as a script developer. After it was clear they had a major creative bond, the two jumped into an insane collaborative journey, developing the story of NVRLND. Under the love and care of Michael Bay’s 451 Entertainment, they brought the story to life. Both are working on new projects and considering their next collaboration. Dylan’s first feature film as writer is slated for a June, 2017 start with director Aaron Ruell. He also directs the forthcoming digital series, An Interview, from Norman Reedus, Patrick Hoelck and Dodge. He and Stephanie Salyers wrote the music video script for The Raveonettes “Never Ever Land,” an original song for the NVRLND comic books, which Stephanie wrote the lyrics to and Dylan directed. They share two cats, Stella and Toby.